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Score 8.1 out of 101

QlikView

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Score 7.8 out of 101

Likelihood to Recommend

9 Spokes

Good for letting your investors, employees and others know at a glance how your company is doing. The interface is clean and organized well. I just wish more of the app's functionality was available for testing and implementation. "Coming soon" is not really encouraging when we already have been waiting for a year or more.
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QlikView

It is well suited for creating simple dashboards. Larger data models will require significant back-end development to make up for QlikView's lack of front end caching. QlikView is a much better alternative than creating Excel pivot tables powered by macros. Its security settings, scalability, and stability surpass anything that can be built in Excel
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Feature Rating Comparison

BI Standard Reporting

9 Spokes
9.0
QlikView
7.0
Customizable dashboards
9 Spokes
9.0
QlikView
8.0
Pixel Perfect reports
9 Spokes
QlikView
5.9
Report Formatting Templates
9 Spokes
QlikView
7.0

Ad-hoc Reporting

9 Spokes
7.0
QlikView
7.5
Drill-down analysis
9 Spokes
7.0
QlikView
7.9
Formatting capabilities
9 Spokes
QlikView
7.5
Integration with R or other statistical packages
9 Spokes
QlikView
7.3
Report sharing and collaboration
9 Spokes
QlikView
7.4

Data Discovery and Visualization

9 Spokes
10.0
QlikView
6.8
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.)
9 Spokes
10.0
QlikView
8.2
Location Analytics / Geographic Visualization
9 Spokes
QlikView
5.4
Predictive Analytics
9 Spokes
QlikView
6.8

Access Control and Security

9 Spokes
9.0
QlikView
8.0
Multi-User Support (named login)
9 Spokes
9.0
QlikView
8.1
Role-Based Security Model
9 Spokes
QlikView
8.0
Multiple Access Permission Levels (Create, Read, Delete)
9 Spokes
QlikView
7.8

Mobile Capabilities

9 Spokes
8.0
QlikView
6.9
Responsive Design for Web Access
9 Spokes
6.0
QlikView
7.2
Dashboard / Report / Visualization Interactivity on Mobile
9 Spokes
10.0
QlikView
7.3
Dedicated iOS Application
9 Spokes
QlikView
5.4
Dedicated Android Application
9 Spokes
QlikView
7.5

Report Output and Scheduling

9 Spokes
QlikView
7.1
Publish to Web
9 Spokes
QlikView
7.2
Publish to PDF
9 Spokes
QlikView
7.0
Report Versioning
9 Spokes
QlikView
7.4
Report Delivery Scheduling
9 Spokes
QlikView
6.9

Pros

9 Spokes

  • Grouping several apps in one place for easy viewing.
  • Clean dashboard interface that looks uncluttered when viewing several apps at once.
  • Setting up the apps is a breeze when the platform supports them.
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QlikView

  • QV's #1 strength is the drag and drop visualization tools -- with just a bit of training, you can make some really nice looking charts
  • QV's #2 strength is the simplicity of the filtering. Other SQL languages might call this "linking" or database structure ... which can be a pain.... but QV makes this easy. Further, once the data is inside QV, the ability to FILTER the data using check boxes is completely intuitive and simple.
  • QV's #3 strength is its ability to work across platforms and integrate multiple data sources and multiple types of data. QuickBooks data is just one example of something that it can chew up with ease.
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Cons

9 Spokes

  • Integration with apps that are listed. Some of them are not supported yet and it seems the wait is taking longer than I'd like.
  • iPhone support. It would be nice to have this in the app store. Not available as of 04/25/2018.
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QlikView

  • Licensing model could be easier to understand. It is not bad, but takes a while for the clients to understand it. QlikSense will have a greatly improved licensing model from what I hear.
  • QlikSense is covering for all the requested Qlik11 improvements. I think the 2 products will compliment each other.
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Likelihood to Renew

9 Spokes

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

QlikView

QlikView 8.8
Based on 29 answers
Ease of use, ability to load from pretty much any data source. today I created an application that loaded time sheets from excel that are not in a table format. With Qlik's "enable transformation steps" I was able to automate loads of multiple spreadsheets and multiple tabs easily. Could not do that with any other tool.
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Usability

9 Spokes

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

QlikView

QlikView 9.8
Based on 6 answers
QlikView is built in such a way that makes it extremely easy to use - for developers, designers, and users.
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Reliability and Availability

9 Spokes

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

QlikView

QlikView 9.8
Based on 4 answers
QlikView server is very stable, with minimal errors and rare outages.
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Performance

9 Spokes

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

QlikView

QlikView 8.6
Based on 4 answers
It is not a SAAS product.
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Support

9 Spokes

9 Spokes 5.0
Based on 1 answer
Support was helpful in the beginning but no longer needed because I didn't use the software as much. The experience that I did have with support was very friendly but not enough to give a good review. If the support team was called for initial setup, video chat or messenger app was used.
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QlikView

QlikView 2.1
Based on 7 answers
They are still building it out. Just recently I received a contact for an escalation manager. I used to just call my sales guy.

Response times vary
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In-Person Training

9 Spokes

No answers on this topic

QlikView

My team attended, but I cannot myself rate, but I think it was good as they've successfully launched a training program at our company themselves for users. It was 3-4 day training.
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Online Training

9 Spokes

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

QlikView

QlikView 8.0
Based on 3 answers
Training was as expected. The demo environments tend to be more fully featured that our own environment, but the training was clear and well delivered.
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Implementation

9 Spokes

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

QlikView

QlikView 7.4
Based on 13 answers
QlikView were here for a few days, and it was up and running. It was very fast.

Where it fell short, is they did the implementation in demo mode, and didn't initially work with us to help us scale. For example, should we consider a load balancer and multiple servers?. How much capacity can this environment handle from a data and user perspective. We had to learn on own by trial and error. We are bringing them in to do an architectural assessment, but we have to pay for this.

We are now bringing them back in for architectural assessment. It is a fee based engagement.
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Alternatives Considered

9 Spokes

I actually chose QuickBooks (currently using) and Method (used for a month) before deciding that 9 Spokes is just good for looking at a few apps in one place. I'll keep checking back with them to see if they have improved. I wouldn't be surprised if 9 Spokes improves their product within the next 6-12 months.
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QlikView

QlikView was already chosen and implemented before I started [to work here], but it is very easy to learn (for me) and I started to solve problems within a day or two.
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Return on Investment

9 Spokes

No answers on this topic

QlikView

  • When I implemented QlikView as a customer, we generated huge ROI with Excess and Obsolete Inventory analysis. QlikView enabled the kind of analysis and the kind of visibility that was never possible before.
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Pricing Details

9 Spokes

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

9 Spokes Editions & Modules

9 Spokes
Additional Pricing Details
9 Spokes is free to use - that’s joining, using the smart dashboard and connecting your apps to it. You'll only pay for any new apps you decide to purchase, but you can trial most of the app recommendations for free! If you want to purchase an app, we'll direct you to the app's website so you can sign up with them. If you sign up to a plan, you'll pay the apps directly and then you can connect the app to your dashboard.

QlikView

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional

QlikView Editions & Modules

QlikView
Edition
QlikView Desktop
Free1
QlikView
Custom2
1. Personal Edition
2. Per License
Additional Pricing Details
On an perpetual license basis, based on server plus number of users. Contact vendor for pricing.

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